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TX NoERRORS in Virtual Connect stats definition

 
chuckk281
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TX NoERRORS in Virtual Connect stats definition

Joe had a question on packet statistics:

 

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What does TX NoERRORS ad RX NoErrors mean?

Have counters going very high 10-20K per second.

 

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Answer from Mark:

 

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TXNOerrors and RxNOerrors are port statistics and they do not represent any errors on the ports as you might assume at first glance.

They basically represent the number of packets transferred without errors. You can refer the below link of VC user guide for more details about other port statistics . 

 http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00865618/c00865618.pdf   page 204.

 TXNoErrors All packets transmitted without errors, less oversized packets.
RXNoErrors All packets received without errors, less oversized and undersized packets.

 

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Questions?